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Advanced Midwest Interventional Radiology

Center for Advanced Interventional Radiology Solutions
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Radiology

Location(s):
  • Chicago, IL, USA
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Advanced Midwest Interventional Radiology includes Dr. Feraz Rahman and Dr. Ashish Vyas as well as other dedicated specialists who believe strongly in practicing clinical patient-centered interventional radiology. They offer the full spectrum of IR to the communities around New Lenox. Illinois. Dr. Rahman has a special interest in peripheral arterial disease, venous insufficiency, pelvic pain, and uterine fibroid embolization. He has strong experience and interest in oncologic treatments such as thermal ablation and intra-arterial therapies including Yttrium 90 radioembolization. He also performs portal hypertension therapies including transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) and balloon occluded retrograde obliteration of gastric varices (BRTO) as well as complex hepatobiliary interventions. Dr. Vyas practices and enjoys the full breadth of Interventional Radiology with particular interests in Interventional Oncology, IVC filters, vertebral augmentation, uterine fibroid embolization and women’s health, complex percutaneous biopsies, and venous interventions.

 

 

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